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Ten Tips for Parents Navigating the New Realities of Online Education

With COVID-19 causing widespread school closures, children across the country are being given alternate resources, some online, to study outside of the classroom. Temporary solutions being devised for remote education range from online classroom tools like Google Classroom, to Zoom and podcasts by teachers. While parents are adjusting to this new scenario, during this time…

Turning Kids into Community Upholders During the Coronavirus

For the past four years, my family has held a family meeting each and every weekend.  Sometimes it’s in-depth, gathered around the kitchen table unpacking a deep and difficult problem, sometimes it’s fast and furious, in an airport lounge waiting to come back from a trip and just doing a run-through of family logistics.  One thing is…

5 Money Moves to Make From Home During COVID Quarantine

There are many uncertainties related to our health, economy and jobs, but there are several things you can do right from home to improve your finances, protect your family and stress less about money. Money-saving expert, Andrea Woroch, shares 7 easy money moves you can do from home right now to stretch your budget, earn some extra cash…

CEOMOM Podcast: Episode 13 – Myth 2: Self Care Is An Act of Selfishness, Part 3 – Renewal with Kate Northrup

This week, we’re continuing our conversation about self care by focusing on renewal. Our goal is to challenge you to change your mindset and shift the way you practice self care. We completed our self care series by talking to Kate Northrup, entrepreneur, activist and best selling author of Do Less: A Revolutionary Approach to…

Meet Sarah McNamee of What Little Wonder

What Little Wonder is all about basic, effortless pieces that are functional, comfortable and beautiful. For Sarah McNamee, when shopping for baby items, the functionality of the clothes and accessories are just as important as the aesthetic. McNamee started What Little Wonder in 2017 due to her own discriminating taste. When it came to finding…

Meet Trina Nicole: Fly Girl with Fibro

Imagine having an illness and no one believes that you are sick. You are suffering with a debilitating condition and doctor after doctor tells you, “You’re okay.” This is what Trina Nicole, founder of Fly Girl with Fibro, experienced for years before she was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. She was persistent in getting the treatment she…

Meet CEOKID: Kamaria Warren

Kamaria Warren may only be 10 years old, but she already knows the power of doing what makes you happy. Along with her mother, Warren created Brown Girls Stationary (BGS), schools supplies and accessories for young girls of color. This Atlanta native started Brown Girls Stationary (BGS) to inspire young girls of color to be…

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